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CLAUDU I WII.SoX Keillor.
rp ij,,. ad 'an e -i- '"vors io t.e an uou
est, faithful i vl imparui chronicler of the
ws. di'votlnw pp-vial flttor, -n to the section
n which it is jlilished. It is Democratic to
the eort; an.1 wi.l si'ure neither frieivl or foe
who i in ti'tiiitv to Denioeiatic success. It
fielleves the best Inte est of the mar
Bon am) the State imp( ratively deraan.U
the retention of the Democratic party in
tiwerand it will spare no effort to accomplish
at result. It will seek to promote the in
luntrial development of the Mat" and section
will take pieHSiirn in doinif whatever Ilea
IB its power to aid the farmers and laboring
en in their oirorta to better their condition,
tverr honest son of toil will llud in the At
ravcia sincere frieud. Every effort lookinR
to the establishment of more and better edu
cational Institutions will receive our hearty
o-oporation and endorsement.
The Advance circulates lanrely in every
ounty East of liuleitrh. imiJ is therefore a
ulendid a dvertisnnr medium. Hates liberal.
A first-class Job oil! 'c is run In connection
with the paper and we will bo pleased to rc
seiTe onit rs. ourottiee is one of the best
quipped in th unction of the State for co:n
siereial work and we will do as good work and
at at low tUures as anybody.
ntered li. 'ho 1 st O n at Wil3o:i, N.C
a second elas mail matter.
WILSON, N. C, March Crli, 18D1.
The question Las been asked
n repeatedly of late: "vVill
the Advance oppose the Alii
nce?" We wish to answer em
phatically .o !
As faid in our salututory
"w shall endeavor to treat all
an fairly and justly." We
rtainly shall not criticise
the Alliance for what any one
min doe:. We shall offer no
eaptious criticism. We shall
treat all questions fairly and
Aii?cusd tbem on as high a plane
possible. If we understood
Ben Terrell fair and justcritis
ism of any Alliance measure
eennot and will not be object
ed to. However we do not pro
pose, for our pa.rt, to surrender
our rights to express an opin
ion on subject- o: public im
port. Tliis writer wa born and
raised on the farm, his people
are all farmers, many of Lis
best friends are farmers, and
any measure benefitting them
Is dear to his hetrt. Any
measure looking to the relief
aud amelioration of the condi
tion of the agricultural classes
will find a ready champion in
It is our opinion tit at the
Democratic party will give tbe
relief demanded if it ever gets
the chance. If it does not, wa
are in favor of going elsewhere
for it, for it must come!
Now, are we understood?
Sneaking with one of the
moat leained and thoroughly
observant of our townsmen
Uonflay he gavo it as his opin
ion that Gov. Russell, of Mas
sachusetts, and Col. L. L. Polk,
of North Carolina, would be
th Democratic Presidential
tieket iu 1802. "Cleveland and
liill are both out of the rac
said he. "Some eastern man
will head the ticket. Kuell
.is bold, brainy, young aud suc
cessful. The Democrats will
recognize the demands of the
Alliance and put their leader
on the ticket, They are grow
ing in the West and Polk will
ba strong out there. Such a
ticket would sweep the country.
Joet watch my prediction."
This reminds u3 that on the
night of the last election when
tbe news reached Jito that
Russell was elected Governor
of Massachusetts, Col. II, G.
Tfilllams, one of the National
Capital's most astute and saga
cious politicians, said: "That
nominates him for President
in 1802, sure." Wait and see.
There are many surprises in
this old world of ours, my Mas
On the fir?t patre of this i.5
sue of the Advaxcb will bo
found a synopsis of the exceK
lent Hpeechof Bvu Terrell, Ex
Lecturer of the National Far
mers' Alliance. Wa are glal
Wilson county people had tin
pleasure and gratification of
listening to his words of sober
ness aud truth. Tiie main and
letdintf points in his spse.-h
are heartily commended by
the Advance. His position is
unassailable, his arguments un
answerable. Like most pub
lic speaker, some of his sen
tencea may have been unfort:!-
nately expre.-s.Ml, but his heart
is right .".ii.! the .sentiment pers
meatii; bis entire speech to br
Thoso who had thi pleasure
of hearing him cm se how a
bri3f synopsis fails to do fiini
justice, nut we uro gld to piv,-!-enl
so much of it as we do.
Mr, Terrell is a man of li!ty
pirts. lie ably and c onvnicingiy
disctisses the aims aud ohj
or me Alliance, lie is sonr-.d
on the silver ouestion. tiu
alifitl nvrriMrli i ri .if fl.iwh&t to
. t, uv man.., mu i .
sub-treasury and other meas
ures proposed by the sons of the
oil. Oa the constitutionality
of the sub-treasury bill he
paid: 'vltisnot the province
of Congress to inqu!.r into tbe
constitutionality of any bill.
It is the Supreme Court that is
authorised to decide all such
quetti( a3 Even if it is uiicoqn
Btituticnal, it should be remem
bered that the constitution hap
been changed twice to acccm
modate the r.egro. Why not
change it once to accommodate
the farmer." Mr. Terrell says
that the volume of currency is
contracted until the per capita
in less than 5.00.
Subscribe to The Advance.
JUST THE WAIT FOP. THE PLACE-
Hon. Kemp P. Ihttle has re-.-igned
the presidency of the
North Carol h-i University to
accept the cLair of History,
which has Utely been estab
lished at tint institution.
Public Keafinent seems to
havo crysta'-zed upon Hon.
Thomas J. Jurvia as his sme
cessor. We do not know
whether he could be prevailed
upon to a..ropi the position,
but if he will yi''ld to the de
mand of th ) people of the
State and b .'"c:no provident of
the University, there will be
cause for universal rejoicing by
the friends ot the University.
Ocv. Jarv?5 is. a big-brained,
big-hearted man, anl North
Carolina is proud of him. He
is in touch with the people and
lias their mil confidence.
Should he consent to serve his
fellow-citiz?i!3 in the capacity
of president of their edusition
al institution, the centre of
non-sectarian learning and
culture, we predict that under
his wise, liberal und progress
ive mauagooiOiit the Universi
ty will surppss its antebellum
glory, and that his acTrninistra
ticn will prove equally as ac
ceptable as did that of the la
mented Governor Swain.
Aside fror- his peculiar fit
ness for the honorable and re
pponsible j :..-. lion, the election
of (Joveru.:r Jarvis would be
good poi:"' because he is
known by ..ii our people and
the associating of his name
with the w- ik would briug it
near to the J'earts of the peo
ple, many of whom are now
ignoraut of the institution and
take no interest in it.
If th9 Governor will accept,
let him b elected to the posi
tion. No i :tler man can be
found for th' place. Webster's
We have received from Mr.
John T. Pairic'l, General Mana
ger of the S.v.itheru Iminigra
tiou Bureau, an appeal, enclos
ing a circui - r asking the peo
ple of Wilnv.-i to subscribe to
the fund to cure the estab
lishment of '.he Cnreau at IUI
tijh. For luiuy years an tffort
has been mad by a State Im
migration Aent to secure im
migrants and settlers lor North
Carolina. We do not know
what amount has been paid for
this work, nor do v e care. Rut
we do know this; That Eas
tern North Carol inn. h,i never
received - cent's worth of
benefit fivu this work. And
further, u. effort has been
made to ;'ive it any of the
fruits of th-; work. No settler
has ev.-r b.-on brought east of
Raleigh. No ;;ilu proposing to
establish u indusiry, or a
manufactu.lai: plant, has been
brought ei, of the Seaboard
Air Line. The eastern part of
tbe State h been left uuuo
ticed by tl?i-- Rureau. What it
Las doue, i. has d no alone aud
unaided. The enterprise and
energy or its p-ople have
Parted it th high roid to
prosperity, rut no thanks are
dua the Immigration Bureau.
We are not complain!:. We
are hoeing ur own ro v, and it
is doing w-ii, thank ,u. Un
der the circumstances wa can
n it present the circular U Wil
Hon people, Mr. P.itr:
T'V A T T itl k o
The Adv v r; is pleased to
pee the nai -.i-mi Prof. Edwird
E. Britton ntioiie-d as a good
man to pp, -iut as one of the
Board ot Directors of the
Teachers' i i-.-. ; ming ?.:id Indus
trial Scho I. )!- is a young
man. pre: : riMt with great ideas
in the )i::- i reforms and
would be i.a exaellent mau
to appoint. 'I he Mount Ol
ivo Telegram siys of bim :
"He is a nt.n vvhuno heart is in
t:e cause vi -duration, aud is a
hard-workc'i- in advancing the
interests V toves. A.- Pres
ident of tV' wayii county
Teachers' Association he is
urging on i hi tear Iters of bis
county to rK!i..vert t jforrs and
as tbe ai-i:,.jf secretary of the
ouitiern h bicitional Associa
tion he i-t keeping in touch
with th educational move
ments of Him country. Mr.
Briitou will truly represent the
girl of uioderaie means, the
farmers' niM,htr, s he is
a u-:;i, r of tbe Far
mers' Alliance, -and many of its
member h.v. endvirsed Mr.
Britton for idh position. If thj
General As-.mbly wants on the
Board Or.C : trill nutr rn
hi:? duti- r.:.owi(;g how and
E 1 ward E.
fail to t
It is i;..
crease tli t
but wo aie
7 M-.: ii rod out that
'pie live longer than
'i iiis omrht to in
i.ot to be entrapped
It's a scheme to
happiness, boys, so
The Progressive Farmer has
donned n. .w drets aud is now
ono of ihe n rat est papers that
comes to c:r office. Bro. Cade
hs.s added uu.Mi to it in ability
and couservi'.tiver.ePh. "May
he live long and prosper," in
tbe language cf Kip Vau Winkle.
ALLIANCE MATT AND LAWYER
This is widely known as th
"Alliance Legislature." Last
night au Alliance man la advo
cating some measure for a re
duction of expenses, in the
matter of salaries of legisla
tive employes, said: "We, aa
Farmers' Alliance meB, will be
blamed for the least extrava
gance. I beg Alliance men to
stand by rae. We are all re
sponsible to the Alliance for
what vre do." A lawyer and
this Alliance man then crossed
swords, it being the first thing
of that sort during the session.
The lawyer remarking that the
debates on these little matters
were costly and that the cheap
John policy was wrong, the Al
liance man sprang up and paid
it was the lawyer's long-winded
speeches which retarded
public business, The lawyer,
as quick as a flash, replied thai
the real loss of time and out
lay of money would be in the
undoing of hasty and ill-adTis
ed Alliance legislation. Ral-
eigh Letter, 18 th, to Wilming-v
THE E. B- COMMISSION.
The Democratic membera of
the General Assembly held a
caucus last Tuesday night to
select three Railroad Cominis
siouers. On the second ballot
Mr. E. C. Beddingfleld. of Wake
county, was elected. On the
third Mr. T. W. Ma3on, of
Northampton", and Nfaj. J. W.
Wilson, of Burke, were elect
ed. Mr. Mason is a lawyer of
ability and & brilliant advo
cate; Maj. Wilson is an experi
enced railroad engineer and is
thoroughly conversant with
railway matters; Mr. Bedding
field is a sound, conservative,
capable farmer. We believe no
better men could have been se
lected. Out of the cha tic
mass of candidates the Assem
bly has evolved the very best
men for the position. Now,
let them go to work.
There will be at least four
men in the Senate of the Fit tv
second Congress to support the
financial schemes of the Farm
er's Alliance: Mr. Vance of
North Carolina, Mr. Irby of
South Carolina. Mr. Gordon of
Georgia and Mr. Peffer of Kan
sas N. Y. Sun.
Very true, but Vance, Irby
and Gordon will ight under
Democratic colos and etand to
their posts until the day break
eih. New Berne Journal.
Unless we are mistaken in
judging the signs the Demo
cratic party, as a party, will
take steps to bring about the
relief demanded by the farm
ers. It has always been the
friend of the toiling massei.
Why should it not so continue?
This old world is just what
our. fathers and their fathari
have made it. Concord 3tand
ard. We are quite Bare onr edaca
tion is a little deficient, for we
have been taught that "this
world is what we make it."
Governor Hill is the man of
metal that suits us. Morgaa
G. Bulkely is holding the oN
flee of Governor of Connctieat
as an usurper, and Hill refused
to recognize a requisition from
him for one Fardon, a fugitive
from justice arrested in New
York. He said: uIf the peo
ple of Connecticut want the
body of Fardon, they mmt ask
it through Goveruor Morris.
It is a piece of effrontery fr
Bulkely to appear bafore the i
Legislature, and had I been in
control, instead of making a
speech, which he had mo right
to do, he would have been oc
cupied in gettiug out. Le
holds possession of the Execu
tive chamber to-day by force
and by virtue of the Chandler
aud Tom Reed spirit of forci
Senators Wilson, of Mary
land and Hearst of California,
did iu Washington last week
within a fev days of each oth
er. The preseut administras
tion is suffering heavily. They
were both Democrats. Wilson
will be succeeded by a Demo
crat and Hearst by a Republi
can. Senator H. W. Blair, ("Gran
ny" Blair as he is affectionately
caded) has been appointed Min-i-ter
to China by the President
and confirmed by the Senate.
MOEE FROM THE STOSH-
Special Cor. Th e Advance.
jLJaune's Store, N C.Feb. 25-91.
Ed. Advance; This will inform
jou of a very severe .wind and rain,
storm fell on us Inst Saturday at
8 o'clock P. m., tearing down nearly
everything for J mile wide. Mv
dwelling was moved a little
about one inch, one out h use
C iuctiee, aud fully two thirds of
my fence, breaking rails etc. Since
the storm the ueighbors have been
helpiag me put up my fence which
kindness is fully appreciated. I
have seen dead birds jand crip
pled cows since the KtoVin. One
of my nows has died. I think 'she
wan hurt by a falling tree as the
tree beside the bed is dowu. The
pig are all alive, The storm seem
ed to rise after passing my house.
O. W. Knigut.
Wednesday of last week near
Toisnot Mr. John D. Montague to
Alias Emma Lester, W. L. Grim
mer, J. P., officiating.
February 17th, T. T. Cherry, of
Bethel, was married to Miss Oar
ne Whitehead, of Scotland Neck, t
the residence of bride's father, W.
Wednesday eveaiog IStb, itisr.
at the residence of J. T- Dnpree, at
Old Sparta, Samuel P. JenkiDS was
married to Miss Nora O. Pitt,
Rev. E. 0, Glenn officiating.
At the re8idvnce ol the bride's
mother in Spriugbill township on
Thursday, February 26th. Mr. War
ren Godwin, of Johnston county, to
Miss Jlartha Watson of WTiIson
At the reaidMice of the bude's
father in Old Field township, this
county on Wednesday Feb 25th,
about 4 o'clock, r. m., Mr. Jamos G.
Uaper, one of the mosc successful
yooug farmers of Spriug Hill town
ship to Miss Cora, tbe beautiful and
accomplished daughter of Mr. L. B.
Boyett, Eld. P. T. Lucas officiating.
The writer wishes for them a long
life of future happiness, B.
At the residence cf the bride's
mother in Toisnot yesterday alters
Boon at four o'clock, Mr. V . IT. Ty
son to Miss Jessie Parker, liev. E.
C. Glenn officiating. The attens
duts entered the parlor as follows
Mr O F Wilson and Miss Belle
Grimmer, Mr Jno K Newton and
Miss Sallio Vaughan, Mr V 0 Prub
cen and Miss Lucy Tyson, Mr
Thomas E Oays and Miss Itoxie
Baruoo, and arranged themf-elTes
on cither side of the minister.
Tbey era followed by the bridt
aud groom who marched up in
front ot the minister and heard the
words that bound them together
for all fime.
After receiving V e congratula
tions of their ruauy friends the bri
dal party came to Wilson to the
home of the groom on Tarboro
street where an elegant supper was
served last night.
The groom is tbe handsome aud
popular voung salesman of the
clothiug department of J& D. Oetin-
ger and commands the respect and
esteem of thod who know him.
The bride is one of Toisuot's fair
est daughters, of a gentle, sweet,
affectionate disposition and is lov
ed by a large circle of friends iu
her native town.
Ia common with many friends
the Advance extends best wishes
for a long and happy life.
The Durham Sun is five
years old and came out last
Friday in a new dress. It is as
bright and clean as a new pen
ny and its vereatlle, talented
editor seems to be prospering,
as he deserves to.
Suits to Measuee A most
attractive line of samples for
Spriug Suits to measure.
Call aud see them at E. R.
Gay's, cor. Nash aud Tarboro
New spriug shapes in Derby
Hats at E. R. Gay's.
10,000 yards Tobacco Cloth
at E. R. Gay's.
Samn rville, N. C. Dec. 11, '90.
Dr. J. U. L. uiel. Dunn, N. C.
Dear Sir : The ore on my face
which was p. uonuced Epetheial
Cancer, is pert tly well, and I do
not hesitate to recommend yur
mode of treatment to any persons
suffering with Cancer.
A. M. M- KAY, M. D.
Melville Hat Co's. Hats in all
I shapes, stiff and soft, at E. R.
The newest and latest styles
iu Wea"us apparel for ladies
and g6fitlmn w;u ne shown
thii spring at E. K G 5y's.
1 5)0 viris new w jo i n Hen
riettas yrd wide all color 25
cents per yard at E. R. Gay s.
10,000 vard toaici bid cloth at
Parched ann swnien ups mdioate
worms, anrinner t in'""
fae will destroy and ej
detestable creatures fro:n
tlces, thus restoring tl
health and beaury.
' ATTENTION FABMl 1 '
na on hand a snnoly
'A c ( W
High Grade Ferti'izer for Tobacco
Plants. C. A. Young &Bko.s.
Mrs. Luna Hart, Beaulort. S. C,
wiites: "A loathsome form of
blood poison was killing me. My
appetite was lost, my bones ached,
and parts of my flesh seemed as if
it wo ild come off my boneo. A
friend brought mp a bottle of B. B.
B. The sores began healing at
once, and when I had taken two
hoftles I Rnmrised mv friends
my rapid recovery."
tiles I tiles ! ITCHING rILES.
Symptoms Moisture; intense itehinK. .anj
ptinjrinur; most at night; worse by scr101?1!
If allowed to continue thmora form, whlch
often bleed anri ulcerate, becomint? vtrr gore
Swaynr's Ointment stops tho itchini and
bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most cases
removes tho tumors. At dniK-gtet, or liv mail
lo 50 cents. Dr. h warno &. Son. l'hiladelohia
Harinp qualiflP.l as Administratrix of tho
estate of W. T, Williamson, deceased, before
the I robate J udtro of Wilson county, notice is
hereby alven to all persona indebted to tho
stato of said deceased to make immediate
payment and to all persons having claims
against tho deceased to present them for pay
ment on or before the 5th day of March lc or
this notice will be plead in barof their recov
ery. PENELOPE WILLIAMSON Aduix.
V. A. & S, A, WUODAKD, Atty's.
On box of thM pills will save many
dollars In doctor's bills. They mro
specially prepared as a
aad soppll want loui felt. Thsy r
mTt nnbtaUb j aeeumulatlons from
the body, without nausea or griping;.
Adapted to youi ami old. Price, 23c.
A BRAVE DEED.
He Knew the Crowd He Had to I Veal
Madly flew the sleigh over the track
les9 prairies. It needed not the Uwh
that the frantic driver was using with
all hid energy to urge the frightened
horses to the top of their epead. Tho
blood curdling howla of the wolves that
grew momentarily nearer and nearer
lent wings to the panting animals, and
they tort along over Bnowy waste,
every muscle strained to its utmost,
every nerve quiverings their nostrils di
lated, their eyes starting from their
sockets, and long trails of filmy vapor
from their steaming bodies following ia
"Comrades," said one of the rjvn ia
the sleigh, rising up, pale, but wi A iroa
resolution written in every line of bis
face, "the wolves are gaining upon us.
In five minutes more, unless tbey are
checked, we are all lost. If we had ten
minutes we could reach that farm house
yonder, but we cannot d it. There is
only one hope. One of us must Bacrilce
himself for the others. FarewellP
Before they could stop him he had
thrown himself out of the sleigh aod dis
appeared. On flew the horses. The sleigh, re
lieved of the weight of the brave man
who had voluntarily offered hiyslf a
sacrifice to the bloodthirsty antral to
save the lives of his friends, went per
ceptibly faster. A few minutes later
and they dashed into the yard surround
ing the little farm house. They were
But how had it fared with that daunt
less, unselfish hero?
Will it be believed? The gaunt, hun
gry wolves, diverted from the pursuit of
the sleigh, had no sooner Borrounded
him than tbey seemed to regard bim as
a friend. They smelt cf bim, fawned
upon him with every demonstration of
delight, and one of tbe boldest and
fiercest of the whole pack, evidently the
leader, offered him his paw as if to shake
hands with him, looked at the sleigh,
now too far away to be overtaken, shook
his head slowly, turned about acd trotted
away, followed by all the reft. The
fierce, bloodthirsty wolves had recog
nized in this man a kindred spirit
He was a Kansas City real estate agent.
Somehow It DM Not Work.
"I don't know whether they de it in
tentionally or not," thoughtfully re
marked young Jack Kanebdter at the
club the other night, "but somehow
these newspapers pass around an awful
lot of unreliable information."
"How's that, old chappief" inquired
Freddie Choker, his running mate.
"Why, I saw in The Examiner last
week that a poor young fellow in Chica
go borrowed an umbrella of a bank
president, aud the next day returned it."
"Awful lie, that."
"Oh! but he did, really. He walked
into the bank the very next day and re
turned it. The president was so nnek
astonished that he called the young man
back and made him his eashier at a
"Because he was so extra honest, eh?"
F.xactly. Well, you see, I thought it
was a big scheme, and that Td work the
same racket before tbe other boys got
on to it."
"So I rushed around to the Nevada
bank and asked old Hellman to loan me
an umbrella. I heard there was going
to be a directors' meeting the next day,
and I intended to return the umbrella
right in the midst of it, so as to paralyze
the entire outfit; see?"
"What did old Moneybags say?"
"Why, he said that it did not look a
bit like rain. 'I know my business,' said
I. 'Just you produce your gingham.'
So he L 1J a clerk to let me have an old
one and take $3 for security at regular
"But that wasn't the worst of it.
When I looked at the umbrella TH be
hanged if it wasn't one that Hellma
had borrowed from me himself down at
Los Angeles during the boom."
And they both lit a fresh cigarette and
mused sadly over the utter unreliability
bf a sensational press. San Francisco
Tbe Seaooa Over.
Chollie (singing) How can I li
Ethel (coldly) The front door is still
doing business at the old stand. Try
At. rsew York Herald.
. - mm i .
It is that Impurity in the blood, which, ac
cumulating la the glands of the neek, pro
duces unsightly lamps or swellings; which
causes painful running sores on the arms,
leg?, or foet; which developes ulcers in the
eyes, can, or note, often causing blindness or
deafness; which is the origin of pimples, can
cerous growths, or the man other manifesta
tions usually ascribed to " humors; " which,
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
and death. Being the mot anslent, It is the
most general of all diseases or affections, for
very few persons are entirely free from U.
tv.fcing Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by
the remarkable cares It has accomplished
often when other medicines lure failed, has
proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar
medicine for this disease. Some cf these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be sure to try Ilood's Ssrsaparilla.
"My daughtorMary was afflicted with sercf
nlous sore neck from the time she was 22 months
old till she became six years of age. Lump
formed in her neck, and one of them after
growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, became
a running sore for over three years. We gave
her Ilood's S&rsaparilla, when the lump and
all indications of scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." J. 8. Cabltlk, Naurlght, N. J.
X. B. Be sure to get only
Sold by all dm ggUU. 1; six for IS. Preparadonlr
tr C. L HOOD & CO., Apotbacariea, Low eU, Mais.
IOO Doses One Dollasr
DUNN, Jf. a
Specialtist in the treatment of
Caucer and Scrofoloas Dis
eases. VVill be at Brigg's Hotel, Wilson
N, C, every Monday and Taeeday
utiiii luriner nonce.
Havintf qualified as executor of th estate
of Solomon Lamm, deceased, before the Pro-
nate j uuytt or Wilson county, notice U here
by jfiven to all persona Indebted to the estate
of said deceased to make Immediate payment
and to all persons having- claims a?anst the
deceased to present them for payment on or
before the ly. h day of February 1893, or this
notice will bo plead In bar ol their recovery,
I. H. LAMM, Executor.
F. A, & S. A. WOODAKD, Atty s.
llavinjr aualifled as administratrix of Os
wald Lipscomb, deceased, late of Wilson coun
ty, N . C tr is is to notify all persons having'
claims airainst the estate of said deceased to
fh.li.1LtJ,emi0rt1eund,r8,'nelon or before
win" !.- .Fbruaryl,HS or thla notice
U1 be piead In bar of their recover? All
pereons indebted to said estate will olease
make .mmediate payment- Please
No one doubts that the
Kabo corset lasts a year
without breaking or kinking
or shifting a " bone," because
we refund the money in case
of a single item of failure
in these respects.
And no one doubts that
the Kabo answers its purpose
and suits the wearer, because,
if it don't, we refund the
money on call within a week
or two or three.
It is the unbreakable cor
set, the Kabo. It is the
un-wear-out-ablc corset, the
Kabo. It is the corset that
suits, the Kabo.
The only question is : Do
you want the Kabo kind of
a corset ?
We have a primer on Cor
sets for you at the store.
FOR SALE BY
Wilson, N. 0.-
BILLS OF ANY DESCRIP
TION FILLED AT SHORT
L. R. LAND,
Kenly, N. C.
We beg to call your atten
tion to tbe fact that we are
again offering our old and
reliable brands of Guano
to, tha trade.
for Cotton which ha won for
Itself a reputation that places
it at the head of list on all cot
Tjisley's - M - Grade,
for Tobacco, which by reas
on of its extra strength and
special adaption for giving
color to the leaf in curing,
places it beyond value to
every farmer who intends
raising bright Tobacco.
We have a full fupply of
these goods on hand as
Acid ?i3; V.2,
all of which -we offer to the
trade for cash or on time as
low as any goods of similar
quality can be sold. Call and
eee us or write and jou will.be
Sole Agents for Eastern N. U.
1 li w
TO B A CfXTSEEIX
are standards or excellence In all classes and
types of Tobacco, and particularly for
EXTKAFIXE BKIOITTS, MAHOGAXIEi
for which his collection i unsurpassed and
that produce the best paying crops.
His new catalogue free wnl ,,nvinr.t. r.i.n.
ers ot the advantages iu usin& hia superior va
rieties Write for one. order tho .n,i
raise crops that piy.
R. L. RAGLAND,
SEED FOH SALE BY
and A. V. ROWLAND.
WILSON. N, C.
- Wilson Collegiate Institute. -
-v For Young adies.-
I'lie Spring Spring St moii w ill br-
gin on M:.il.t , J minri I9:b. 1SIU
To meet t lie deio iiul - f an incteas
ed patronage, atcomplishi'd lady
assistant teacl or bas bre n .uldrd
to the present faculty, an.l t-he will
enter upon her duties at t'nj open
ing of the Spring term.
For inrther particulars, apply to
SILAS E. WARREN
Wilson, N. U Principa
H. F. KEEL & CO.
GREENVILLE N. C.
Have jutft received a fine car
load of Horses and Mules which
they will sell cheap for cssh, or
on time at reasonable terms.
(Jail aud examine before buying
elsewhere. They also have a
fisst-class Livery and Feed
stable in connection, rear of
Skinner'a Law Office.
M You Mavo
BRONCHITIS Throat A$c&a
SCROFULA I Wasting cfFlosh
Or any DtoaM wbrf thm Throat and Lmngrn
r Inflamed, Xaefc mf Strength or Scrm
rower, you can bo rotUoed and Cured fry
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE AS MILK.
AiJt for Scott'o Bmultion. and lot no am
planation or solicitation indvto yoM tm
aocept a tubttifute.
Sold by all Druggists.
CCOTT tL BOWKE. Chemists, N.Y.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Moocnatc Fees.
Oun Orricc is Oppositc U.S. ptcmt Orncc
and we can secure patent in let time thau thoM
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrlp
tlnn. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee Dot due till patent it secured.
A Pamphut, "How to Obtain Patente," with
names of actual clients in yoar Stale, county, or
town, Bent free. Address,
Or. Patent Orricc. WaaMinoren. n C
JJK.R. W. JOYNER,
1 have bscome permanently l(lontifid with
he poop'3 of Wilson, have practiced here fo
he past ten years and wish to return thank
o the (renerous people of the community fo
he liberal patronage they have given me.
t-t3BrI spare no money tJ procure instru
aents that will conduce to the comfort of my
a'ti3ats. For a continuation of tno liberal
tronage heretofore bestowed on me I shall
cl deeply grateful.
JJK.E. K. WRIGHT
SURGEON DEN 1ST,
Having permanently located in Wilson, I
ffer my professional services to the public.
0yOfflco in Central Hotel Building.
It. ALBERT ANDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
tfOfllce next door to the Post Offiee.
It. W. S. AN DERSON,
I'lIVISCIAN AND SURGEON.
tOlfice in Drug Store on Tarboro Street,
AYCOCK A DANIELS. C. C. DA5IFL8
Goldsboro. N. C. Wilson N.C.
YCOCK.& DANIELS & DANIELb,
f3rOfflue in Advance Building
SELMA, JV. C.
Mrs O-. -A.- T-ulok:
WHITE. BUCK AND COLORS,
Hand and Machine Use.
FOR SALE BY
J. k D. Oettinia-r, J. D. a &. C. Wells. T. T
Wijrins, M. Kountree a Co., A. lleilbroimr
Manager for M li. Lanjj .)
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Thfl "Raof TT1. .1.1 r t
ou -"-Luuseuoict Meaicme.
J2f twlce ?acl year tho sys
tern neds purging Cf the uaptfri-
?TT SVl0J?,tZle blowl- From
childhood to old sre. uo rcmedy
meets aii C4u;es v. itii the same cer.
tainty of pool results as
ROT AN if! mnnn p.atm
money than any t.thrr lU,d roritUr 1 , r'r,..
I owe the comfort of my life to it." '
wntes: " I dcper.,1 on 1!. .. :. i,,r ;i
of roy health. I have l:;u! it in v
nearly two years, and ia all that ti:. t
to have a ductor."
r. . snephercl. orfo k. V;. A
euwu MLa L'U.. Atlanta. G.i
WOULD YOU L(KE
A NICE GARDEN?
If SMaiM PERFECT
YE(.ETAiU.i:s w.iix i ,.u. I'ut uoinf-mai.!,:,,',
f mii,-l!ra,.l,.,n I I
I tit l. for . ( ,'
; No ti'oiiMe in
Nut Mj-.'aMv,. l',.r ' y
J Kf'neral i-l(.irri.It iii't-; 'j
Si'.l-tni'n. An nil .-r.'-i
I circular t.-llinr h".v t" r.
PHOSPHATES j -m
ikI minion. M-nt 1 ri-.-.
V. S. l'i 1 en.
Far GARDENS !
I'tmi.-il K-.w,!,,.., M'. .
TOR ANY i ll IN- ; IN
Tin: II. Mi
Call on or Mfl.lit
w. c. in
Oct. 2 'CO
6 JJortL J1 war ti Sr .
Wire ji.ilil!! (O:
Lawns, Gardens, . :
COIIU'S, Vim!cv (i ;: :
Gourds!, Wir. Cluiii.
dei'8, C.es, 8.111,!
ScieeuH, iroi IJci-stci.
Plaosd in Soathfrn II ,n.
succmwfnl ba";iis .Ki!t,.r
and yearly innrmwiiiK Win
flooded with C'hcii., Ii:l nci- i
' i ' 1 1 u.-- u .,jtni
: !!is. i. ...llr
" ' ' 1 ii. In n
" ''II- I llllt
TO SELL NOT TO USP
and the public Imh fumi.! ,mt t1 ,:
WE DON'T SELL THAT KIND
Our Iimtrnmnnts Ipk1 tho worM ( . r l'. .. s
than factoring TonnH, hain-r M.... ir,.k,
Inducement . Mt. .! ,,, ,,,t,l.
Jnw f. fr C.'atal'ura and (irn'i... ,,. . r
rally all in plain print. Kai-y to l,.,v rr n n
I UUULIM&BA T EO
Southern Music Hojse, u
SAVANNAH. CA. w
nil I ..t' , r
tn - .,; ,. i
raptod. nn, so HlHinpi cI on i ,
W.L. l4Ul'tit,A, j;i'ui'Klu, .'i;.-s.
HORSE AND CATTLC POWDERS
llor.SK !!! I'
TIK. il l''."!V I'., v
Kout v ',r'l.T.. -v i
Fo.H.'s I'o.V'j'' ' - A
ai'l rr.'inn tw.-i.n- :
Koiltz'H I'lU''!,-'. '
1H. f .l IVIl 'll ' j.
For . z's I'.tu it- ! .
boid .'Vt 'vre-:'.
uav;:j k. ioui
Salvation Oil r" i
J ' lM
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1 n : :j I ;:
larirc hii1 in.t . r, i
r.uvjsn: I.': i ;-. , Ji
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Sin urr tft ffi v-
SOMETKi N GTOSACCO
NEVJ for 0 BEDS.
POWELL'S SQIMLE PHOSPHATES
For tobacco 1j1k, mpplins .ln; I "A ir, .-.ipt-r I ran.
arid iriNUrfH n . I Kii.riv I In .- 111. i 1 1 it-.
Kills fhM, worms and ins;cti iu . "' ' ' '
surHrient lor ortlinar.' r7t- !''! ! pii ! ' r '
to use. For wile by (rowrs! -'rf' t.r:.'t' ' I '
bibij. Smi'I forrirculir. . . s I.I. A
Caemical rorf'hzer .,lanal.tur. ... iiuliimon', 'Jd.
the let vitrn
Carolina, can Ri-t
!IH II nil 1 Hot c
i- s foe !:-;
at his prices, wliol-
-Mk-.-l'i l i-ot.i:!. Ii
Having 'inaliSf-l :i thr n'iinlti '
fstatc df M is. .M;ir?!i i t '
is hiTcl.y ;ivi ii ! u.i - i..
estate v m:ik- itia:ultat.- c
persons hol'lmr claii:!-; .itroin.-. '
present sunn- for payment mi ur !
ruary 4lli. Is'.i-!, oi-ibis ti.'.ioo will 1'
Iwr of tlu-ir rcciivi iy. Tins ltd i!;, -.
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